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  • Arc Welding solutions from EsAB

    A full line of arc welding equipment for every application, industry and environment.

    EsAB Welding & Cutting Products / esabna.com / 1.800.EsAB.123

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    Arc Welding Equipment Table of Contents

    Process Description .....................................................2

    Arc Welding Equipment Selection Guide ...................4

    Compacts (power source with built-in wire feeder)

    Caddy Mig C200i ............................................................6

    Migmaster™ 215 Pro/280 Pro .........................................8

    MIG, DC Power Sources, CV/CVCC

    Aristo™ Mig U5000i .......................................................10

    Origo™ Mig 320/410 ......................................................12

    Origo Mig 4002c/6502c ................................................21

    Wire Feeders - Semi-Automatic

    MobileFeed™ 300AVS .....................................................15

    Origo Feed 304 M12 ....................................................16

    Origo Feed 304 M13u ..................................................17

    Origo Feed 3004 MA23 ................................................19

    Origo Feed 3004 MA24 ................................................22

    Aristo Feed 3004 U6 .....................................................25

    Aristo Feed 3004 U82 Plus ...........................................28

    Aristo SuperPulse .........................................................31

    Power Supply/Feeder Accessories

    Balanced Boom Assembly ...........................................32

    Hanging Brackets, Carts, etc. ......................................33

    Counterbalance Mini-Boom .........................................34

    Mig Welding Guns - Gas-Cooled

    MXL - Mig/Mag Gun Consumables ..............................35

    Gun Master 250/400 ....................................................36

    Mig Welding Guns - Water Cooled

    ST-16, ST-21 / ST-21M .................................................38

    Mig Welding Guns - Spool Gun / Push-Pull

    ST-23A Spool Gun/MT-250SG ................................................40

    Mig-PP36 Plus ..............................................................43

    Tig/Stick, CC DC/CC AC/DC Power Sources

    Origo Arc 410c/650c ....................................................45

    MiniArc 161LTS ..............................................................47

    CaddyArc 201i ..............................................................48

    CaddyTig 2200i ............................................................50

    CaddyTig 2200i AC/DC ................................................52

    Caddy Selection Guide ................................................54

    TXH™ Air/Water Cooled Torches ...................................55

    Genuine Heliarc® Tig Torches

    Heliarc Tig Torch Selection Guide ................................56

    Gas-Cooled Torches

    HW-24 ...................................................................57

    HW-90 ...................................................................59

    HW-9 .....................................................................61

    HW-17 ...................................................................63

    HW-26 ...................................................................65

    Water-Cooled Torches HW-20 ...................................................................67

    HW-18 ...................................................................69

    HW-25 ...................................................................71

    HW-27 ...................................................................73

    Collets/Collet Bodies ....................................................75

    Cups .............................................................................77

    Power Cable Adaptors, Sheaths ..................................79

    Heliarc Torch Accessory Kits ........................................79

    Back Caps/Insulators ...................................................80

    Electrodes ....................................................................80

    General Accessories

    Remote Controls ..........................................................81

    Undercarriages/Truck Kits ............................................83

    Twist Lock Cable Connectors ......................................83

    Hoses/Fittings ..............................................................83

    Ground Clamps, Cable Connectors, Splicers/Lugs,Electrode Holder ....................................84

    Description PageDescription Page

    Product Catalog ................................................... ARC-23000D

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    Shielded Metal Arc (Stick, Covered Electrode) Welding In this first practical arc welding process, the arc is established between a wire rod and the work. The rod is coated with materials which generate a gas and form a slag to protect the weld puddle and the solidifying weld metal from the a osphere. The coating may also supply alloying and refining ingredients, and the slag may help shape the weld bead, especially in vertical and overhead applications.

    Electrodes are available for welding most carbon, low alloy and stainless steels, some non-ferrous metals, and a wide range of maintenance and repair applications.

    Light-duty work is often done with AC power from low cost transformers; production work usually involves DC power from heavy-duty rectifiers.

    Gas Metal Arc (Mig) Welding This most flexible metal joining process involves an arc established between the work piece and a wire electrode which is continuously fed by a wire feeder through a torch. The arc continuously melts the electrode to form the weld puddle. An appropriate gas or gas mixture shields the weld area from atmospheric contamination.

    The Mig process has the advantages of high deposition rates, speed, excellent weld quality, minimal distortion of the work piece and no stub loss.

    Mig welding includes several distinct process variations. Selection depends largely on the work piece thickness and welding position.

    Short Circuiting (“Short Arc,” “Dip Transfer”) Involves a small fast-freezing weld puddle. Metal is transferred from the electrode to the puddle by repeated short circuits. Small diameter wires are used and the process operates at low currents and voltages. “Short arc” is used for welding thin gauge metals in all positions and for vertical and overhead welding of heavier sections.

    Spray Arc - Electrode metal is transferred to the weld puddle as discrete droplets. Deposition rate is high and there is little or no spatter. With solid wire, the technique is used for 1/8 in. (3.2 mm) and thicker work pieces and for downhand welding.

    Pulsed Spray Arc - The welding current is varied rapidly between a high and a low value. Metal is transferred to the work only during the high current period. The high peak current provides excellent arc stability. The period of low current maintains the arc and reduces the average current, making it possible to weld thinner gauge materials and to weld in all positions using larger sized wire electrodes than otherwise possible.

    Cored Wire - The electrode is fabricated from strip, enclosing a core of flux and metal which protects and refines the weld puddle and controls bead shape. Some cored wires can be used without external shielding gas. Smaller diameter wires can be used for all position welding. The addition of fluxing, alloy and slag-forming materials often allows high deposition rates, higher welding speeds and improved all-position capability compared with solid wires. This makes cored wire the material of choice in many high-production applications.

    Arc Welding Processes

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    Arc Welding Processes

    Gas Tungsten Arc (Heliarc, Tig) Welding Introduced by ESAB, Tig welding produces welding heat from an arc between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the work. An inert gas, usually argon, shields the arc and the work. Filler metal, if used, is added separately. Because the process uses totally inert shielding, welds of the highest quality are produced, and almost any metal can be welded.

    Equipment and Materials Selection Equipment for these processes is described in detail in this section and materials are shown in our All Products catalog.

    Additional Technical Information ESAB Technical Service Representatives are available to answer your questions at 1.800.ESAB.123. We also recommend that you take advantage of a series of handbooks published by ESAB which provide excellent guidance on the use of the arc welding processes. In addition, there are references from other sources which can be very helpful in achieving the best possible results.

    Important Product Safety- Sound common-sense procedures must be followed for personal protection and operating efficiency when using Arc welding equipment. Always comply with the manufacturer’s recommendations for operating and maintaining the equipment, as set forth in the instructions provided with each unit. Also, be certain to use all applicable safety precautions, as described in Precaution and Safe Practices for Arc Welding, Cutting and Gouging, Form F-52-529, which is available from your local ESAB welding products distributor.

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